Archive for April, 2015

Black Men United In Baltimore

My brothers, my heroes!! [SIDEBAR: Why would "authorities" who purportedly want to stop violence prevent people from stopping violence?! This leads one to ask who is really starting the "protester violence"? Think deep!] Tweet

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Neely Fuller Jr. On Chemical Warfare, Guns & Drugs

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Black History Fact Of The Day

Prolific inventor Granville T. Woods’s inventions included the trolley streetcar. He also received a patent for his device that combined the telephone and the telegraph. Alexander Graham Bell bought this patent from Mr. Woods. Granville Woods used the profits from this sale to further fund his research and inventions. Tweet

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Quote Of The Day

“History informs us of past mistakes, from which we can learn without repeating them. It also inspires us and gives us confidence, and hope bred of victories already won.” -William Hastie Tweet

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Buy Black Friday Purchase Of The Week: The Bed-Stuy Fish Fry

Calamari, shrimp, salmon cakes, crab cakes, and wings. Catfish w/ mac & cheese and yams. Tweet

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Book Excerpt Of The Week: “Soul Stories” By: Gary Zukav

“Making choices is the most powerful thing that you do in your life. Choices liberate and they imprison. They create illness and they create health. They shape your life… Each choice creates a future. it brings into being one of many possible futures. That is the future that you will live in… You choose your […]

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TODAY IS BUY BLACK FRIDAY

PLEASE PASS THIS ON! (EACH ONE TEACH ONE OR TWO!) THIS IS PHASE ONE ON HOW WE CAN HELP TO STRENGTHEN & EMPOWER OUR COMMUNITY: The 2008 not guilty verdict in the Sean Bell case evoked outrage, emotion, and debate. It is not an anomaly that the police officers involved in the Sean Bell slaying […]

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Quote Of The Day

“It is our very fear of the future that distorts the now that could lead to a different future if we dared to be whole in the present.” -Marion Woodman Tweet

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Black History Fact Of The Day

On Thursday, April 23, 2015, it was confirmed that Laurie A. Cunbo has become the first African-American woman Attorney General in United States history. Tweet

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Quote Of The Day

“When I was in college, I found out that the MVPs and all-league team and all that are hugely political. So I decided that if I win every game, that becomes historical fact, not anyone’s opinion.” -Bill Russell Tweet

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